What’s being called a “skinny” home has been designed to meet the needs of elderly and the disabled.
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East Aurora business owner says he’s not getting any help from the Village or his insurance to pay for damage done to his business following…
If you could use a hand keeping your home warm this winter, the home energy assistance program, also known as HEAP could help.
Hospital staff transporting 125 patients to new Oishei Children’s Hospital.
Students at the Maryvale Intermediate School honored veterans with a special ceremony and breakfast.
This weekend you have a chance to learn more about a registered national historic landmark right here in Western New York.
A large 16 foot sinkhole in East Aurora has closed Mikey Dee’s Cafe and Catering on Main Street for the time being.
More than 1,000 people voted the Bar Bill Tavern on Main Street in East Aurora as the number one spot for Buffalo’s best wings.
A metal pin discovered in a candy bar that investigators say was compromised has residents of some Clarence and Amherst neighborhoods on hig…
As of November 1st enhanced security measures are now in effect at Buffalo Niagara International Airport. One of the biggest changes involve…
On the surface the Lewiston Public Library appears ordinary. But inside there’s been peculiar activity, and believed to be lingering spirits…
High schoolers in the Orleans BOCES Program made parts for NASA’s International Space Station that will go into space this year.
If you have left over prescription drugs at home, there’s a place for you to get rid of them safely Saturday.